In 2004 the luxury Hotel Schweizerhof in Lenzerheide marked its centenary with a wholesale redevelopment. 30 new rooms were added and also the incredible BergSpa wellness centre. The interior designers succeeded in achieving a unique interpretation of design and nature that exudes a certain elegance and chic styling while still radiating a cosy atmosphere of comfort and tranquillity. There are 5 restaurants for guests to choose from, the focal point being the new restaurant 7078.
The hotel has a great position in the centre of the resort. The bus that accesses the ski area stops right opposite the hotel.
12 Budget rooms (ca. 25 m2) with separate shower/WC are equipped with a flat screen TV, radio, safe as well as a minibar with mineral water. 30 spacious Alpine Chic rooms (40 m2), a translucent larch wood wall divides the bath area with large bathtub and rain shower from the sleeping and living area. The toilet is separate. All Alpine Chic rooms have a large balcony with a wooden bench. 32 Nostalgia rooms (25-30 m2) in the building from the fin de siecle, the bath area with bath/shower/WC is fully divided from the sleeping and living area.
Lenzerheide is a traditional spa resort in a stunning setting with fabulous lake, woodland and mountain views.
|Number of rooms||80|
|Near piste / lifts||No|
|Near village / resort centre||Yes|
Very smart and trendy BergSpa wellness centre (1,500 square metres in size) with the largest hammam in the Swiss Alps (450 square metres) the centre piece of which is the heated 'navel stone' made of Soglio Granite. There is also a sauna, gym, massage services and beauty treatments. There is a supervised hotel kindergarten (for children from 2 years old) including supervised kids lunch.
Indicative prices are per person per night based on two people sharing a standard category room and on the board basis shown above. Prices can only be confirmed at the time of your booking. Room upgrades and travel can be booked (subject to availability and supplementary charges) so please ask our team for a full quote. The season date bands shown below are subject to each hotel’s individual pricing policy. If you pay with credit card a 2% card charge will be added to your invoice. If using a debit card there is no charge.
|Low season (early December, mid January and late April)||£165.00|
|Mid season (late January, early February and March)||£195.00|
|High season (Christmas, New Year, early January, February and Easter)||£235.00|
All prices are subject to change. The price of your holiday can only be confirmed at the time of booking. The indicative prices are per person per night (based on two people to a room) and are subject to booking conditions The indicative prices shown below are per person per night (based on two people in a standard category room) and include board and travel as shown above. Room upgrades and travel can be booked (subject to availability) so please just ask our team if you would like to do that.
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- Cable Car
- Chair lift
- Drag lift